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In May 1970.

In May 1970, “Treshold” label released the self-titled, debut Trapeze album. It was recorded in 1969, at “Morgan Studios” and “Decca Studeios” in London, and was produced by John Lodge.

Personnel:

  • Glenn Hughes – lead vocals, bass, guitars, trombone
  • Mel Galley – guitars, bass, backing vocals
  • Terry Rowley – organ, piano, flute, guitars
  • Dave Holland – drums
  • John Jones – trumpet, co-lead vocals
  • Roger Quested – engineering
  • Chris Neal – engineering
  • Bill Price – engineering
  • John Punter – engineering
  • David Wedgbury – photography
  • Barry Wentzell – photography

Track listing:

  1. It’s Only a Dream – Mel Gailey
  2. The Giant’s Dead Hoorah – Glen Hughes
  3. Over – John Jones, Mel Gailey
  4. Nancy Gray – Glen Hughes
  5. Fairytale/Verily Verily/Fairytale – John Jones, Mel Gailey
  6. It’s My Life – John Jones, Mel Gailey
  7. Am O – Glen Hughes
  8. Suicide – John Jones, Mel Gailey
  9. Wings – Glen Hughes, Terry Rowley
  10.  Another Day – Mel Gailey, Glen Hughes, John Jones
  11. Send Me No More Letters – Terry Rowley
  12. It’s Only a Dream (reprise) – Mel Gailey

On March 10, 1995.

On March 10, 1995, “Atlantic” label released “The Real Quiet Storm”, the third James Carter studio album. It was recorded October – November 1994, at “Power Station” in New York City, and was produced by Yves Beauvais.

Personnel:

  • James Carter – soprano, alto, tenor and baritone saxophone, bass flute, bass clarinet
  • Craig Taborn – piano
  • Dave Holland – bass
  • Jaribu Shahid – bass
  • Leon Parker – drums
  • Tani Tabbal – drums

 Track listing:

  1. Round Midnight – Thelonious Monk
  2. You Never Told Me That You Care – Hobart Dotson, Sun Ra
  3. The Intimacy of My Woman’s Beautiful Eyes – James Carter
  4. 1944 Stomp – Don Byas
  5. The Stevedore’s Serenade – Duke Ellington, Irving Gordon
  6. Born to Be Blue – Mel Tormé, Robert Wells
  7. Deep Throat Blues – James Carter
  8. A Ballad for a Doll – Jackie McLean
  9. Eventide – Bill Doggett

On February 24, 1971.

On February 24, 1971, “Columbia” label released “Jack Johnson”, the 39th Miles Davis album. It was recorded February – April 1970, at “30th Street” in New York City, and was produced by Teo Macero.

Personnel:

  • Miles Davis – trumpet
  • Steve Grossman – soprano saxophone
  • Bennie Maupin – bass clarinet
  • John McLaughlin – electric guitar
  • Sonny Sharrock – electric guitar
  • Herbie Hancock – organ
  • Chick Corea – electric piano
  • Dave Holland – electric bass
  • Michael Henderson – electric bass
  • Jack DeJohnette – drums
  • Billy Cobham – drums
  • Brock Peters – narration
  • Teo Macero – conduction of “unknown orchestra”
  • Stan Tonkel – engineering

Track listing:

All tracks by Miles Davis.

  1. Right Off
  2. Yesternow

On february 15, 2000.

On February 15, 2000, “Sony Classical” label released “Wandering Moon”, the 13th Terence Blanchard album. It was recorded in June 1999, at “Clinton Recording Studios, Studio A” in New York City, and was produced by Terence Blanchard.

Personnel:

  • Terence Blanchard – trumpet, liner notes
  • Aaron Fletcher – alto saxophone
  • Branford Marsalis – tenor saxophone
  • Brice Winston – tenor saxophone
  • Dave Holland – bass
  • Eric Harland – drums
  • Edward Simon – piano
  • Jim Anderson – engineer
  • Giulio Turturro – art direction
  • Jimmy Katz – photography
  • Laraine Perri – executive producer
  • Robin Burgess – associate producer

Track listing:

All tracks by Terence Blanchard.

  1. Luna Viajera
  2. If I Could I Would
  3. Bass Solo
  4. My Only Thought of You
  5. Simplemente Simon
  6. Sweet’s Dream
  7. Sidney
  8. The Process – Edward Simon
  9. Joe & O
  10. I Thought About You – Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Mercer

On October 4, 1999.

On October 4, 1999, “ECM” label released “Prime Directive”, the twelve Dave Holland album. It was recorded in December 1998, at “Avatar Studios” in New Your City, and was produced by Dave Holland.

Personnel:

  • Dave Holland – double bass
  • Chris Potter – soprano, alto and tenor saxophone
  • Robin Eubanks – trombone
  • Steve Nelson – vibraphone, marimba
  • Billy Kilson – drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Dave Holland except where noted.

  1. Prime Directive
  2. Looking Up
  3. Make Believe
  4. A Seeking Spirit – Robin Eubanks
  5. High Wire – Chris Potter
  6. Jugglers Parade
  7. Candelight Vigil – Steve Nelson
  8. Wonders Never Cease – Billy Kilson
  9. Down Time

On August 21, 2001.

On August 21, 2001, “ECM” label released “Not for Nothin’”, the thirteenth Dave Holland album. It was recorded in September 2000, at “Avatar Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Dave Holland.

Personnel:

  • Dave Holland- bass
  • Robin Eubanks- trombone, cowbell
  • Chris Potter- soprano, alto and tenor saxophones
  • Steve Nelson- vibraphone, marimba
  • Billy Kilson- drums
  • Chris “Tek” O’Ryan- sound engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Dave Holland, except where noted.

  1. Global Citizen – Robin Eubanks
  2. For All You Are
  3. Lost and Found – Chris Potter
  4. Shifting Sands
  5. Billows of Rhythm – Billy Kilson
  6. What Goes Around
  7. Go Fly a Kite – Steve Nelson
  8. Not for Nothin’
  9. Cosmosis

 

In August 1974,

In August 1974, “Blue Note” label released “Moto Gross Feio”, the thirteenth Wayne Shorter album. It was recorded April – August 1970, at “A & R Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Duke Pearson.

Personnel:

  • Wayne Shorter— soprano and tenor saxophone
  • John McLaughlin— 12 string guitar
  • Chick Corea— marimba, drums, percussion
  • Ron Carter— bass, cello
  • Dave Holland— acoustic guitar, bass
  • Miroslav Vitouš— bass
  • Michelin Prell (Micheline Pelzer) — drums, percussion

Track listing:

All tracks by Wayne Shorter except where noted.

  1. Moto Grosso Feio
  2. Montezuma
  3. Antigua
  4. Vera Cruz – Milton Nascimento
  5. Iska

On June 30, 1969.

On June 30, 1969, “Solid State” label released “Is”, the third Chick Corea studio album. It was recorded in May 1969, at “Bell Sound Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Sonny Lester.

Personnel:

  • Chick Corea – piano, electric piano
  • Woody Shaw– trumpet
  • Bennie Maupin– tenor saxophone
  • Hubert Laws– flute, piccolo flute
  • Dave Holland– double bass
  • Jack DeJohnette– drums
  • Horace Arnold– drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Chick Corea.

  1. Is
  2. Jamala
  3. This
  4. It

On April 15, 2020.

On April 15, 2020, Lee Konitz died aged 92. He was composer and musician (alto saxophone), performing in a wide range of jazz styles, including bebop, cool jazz, and avant-garde jazz, noted for improvising long, melodic lines with the rhythmic interest coming from odd accents, Konitz has recorded and performed with many famous musicians including Miles Davis, Ornette Coleman, Elvin Jones, Charlie Haden, Dave Holland, Lennie Tristano, Stan Kenton, Chick Corea, Gerry Mulligan, Claude Thornhill, Ralph Burns, Gil Evans, Warne Marsh, Dave Pike, Attila Zoller, Charles Mingus, Dave Brubeck, Warne Marsh, Hal Galper, Bill Evans, Martial Solal, Max Roach, Don Friedman, Kenny Wheeler, Kenny Werner, Brian Dickenson, Paul Motian,  Bill Frisell, Gary Peacock, and Joey Baron.

 

On April 15, 1971.

On April 15, 1971, “ECM” label released “A.R.C.”, the eight Chick Corea album. It was recorded in January 1971, at “Tonstudio Bauer” in Ludwigsburg, Germany, and was produced by Manfred Eicher.

Personnel:

  • Chick Corea– piano
  • David Holland– bass
  • Barry Altschul– drums, percussion
  • Kurt Rapp – engineer
  • B & B Wojirsch – design

Tracks listing:

All tracks by Chick Corea except where noted.

  1. Nefertiti – Wayne Shorter
  2. Ballad for Tillie – Barry Altschul, Chick Corea, David Holland
  3. R.C.
  4. Vedana – Dave Holland
  5. Thanatos
  6. Games